* Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

* White asterisk: expanded format.

* Blue asterisk: not mine.

No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Teach Me Tonight


Teach Me Tonight is an erotic whodunit starring Judy Thompson and Kim Cassidy (AKA Kim Yates). Thompson is living with a grad student and working in the university on a science grant project. Things begin to unravel. First, her old best friend (Cassidy) shows up out of nowhere, and ends up at their house for the night, where she noisily entertains a gentleman. The next day, Thompson discovers an earring in her bed, proving that her boyfriend has been having an affair. She moves out, and ends up with Cassidy. When she returns the next day to collect some things, she finds her boyfriend with a bullet hole in his head, and a large package of drugs among his possessions. She is the number one suspect in the murder, and she in turn suspects Cassidy, but wants to protect her.

This weak effort finds favor only with fans of the main actresses. On the story side, the acting is weak. On the erotica side, the photography is excessively dark start to finish, making it difficult to enjoy the nudity.



Kim Cassidy (Kim Yates)



Judy Thompson




CeCe Tsou














The Slumber Party Massacre

Today the Time Machine is parked in 1982.

A very young Brinke Stevens, who is still making movies to this day (114 credits at IMDB), shows T& A in a shower scene.



Debra Deliso shows the boobies while changing tops.



Michelle Michaels brings along her fair share of T & A.







Notes and collages

The Stand

Laura San Giacomo an experiment I removed the orange glow of the firelight from these collages...







Bloodrayne: Deliverance

I don't know how but Uwe Boll keeps financing bad movies and even sequels to them. He must be some kind of evil genius. Here is the sequel to BloodRayne, this time played by Natassia Malthe, she has to beat non-other than Billy the Kid who, to serve the purposes of this movie, is a vampire.

This time the U-man didn't even manage to deliver some nudity.

Natassia Malthe








La Mujer del Juez


The wife of a judge feels lonely because her husband works too much. Therefore she seeks another love and finds it in the person of a young man.

Norma Duval (Miss Spain of 1973 and one-time star of the famous French cabaret show "Folies Bergere" ) plays a sexually repressed woman reluctantly opening her mind to sexuality. This is the best role of Duval's career ... including full frontal nudity! RLDVDs has a widescreen and digitally remastered version available with no regional coding!

La Mujer del Juez DVD Norma Duval Widescreen (1984)


Norma Duval










The latest display of Britney's bald coochie. Quality is VERY nice, but they have the damned watermark. We'll run the clean ones when we find them.

A film clip of Inez Bjoerg David in Wilde Jungs. Sample right
A film clip of Morgan Fairchild in Red Headed Stranger. After her incredible nude debut in The Seduction, she was not generous with the flesh, but she offered a great see-through here. (Samples right.)
A film clip of Nectar Rose in The Hazing






The Comedy Wire

Comments in yellow...

Critics mercilessly slammed Britney Spears' comeback performance on MTV's Video Music Awards as a "train wreck," causing the excuses
to fly thick and fast.  Her fans blamed MTV, claiming they changed her routine at the last minute for insurance reasons.  And her own handlers tried to blame host Sarah Silverman, claiming Britney was too upset to perform because she'd heard Silverman's mean jokes about her kids during rehearsal.  The TV show "Extra" even offered her a "do-over," inviting her to take another crack at the same song on their studio stage. But Britney is already bouncing back in her own
way: shortly after the debacle, paparazzi photographed her getting out of a car in a miniskirt with no panties and once again flashing her genitals. 

*  But she only did it to prove they do NOT look like Sarah Silverman's mouth! 

Quote of the Day:

"It appears we have appointed our worst generals to command forces, and our most gifted and brilliant to edit newspapers.  In fact, I discovered by reading newspapers that these editor/geniuses plainly saw all my strategic defects from the start, yet failed to inform me until it was too late.  Accordingly, I am readily willing to yield my command to these obviously superior intellects, and I will, in turn, do my best for the Cause by writing editorials - after the fact."

 -- Robert E. Lee, 1863